UNESCO-NIE Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE)

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Name of Author: 
Nur Fazelinda bte Mohamed Noor
Institute: 
National Institute of Education
Year of completion: 
2004
Country: 
Singapore
Country of Research Data: 
Singapore
Language: 
English
Comments: 

An Academic Exercise submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for Bachelor of Arts (Hons)

Abstract: 

This study stems from my interest in how the visual diary is used in the Lower Secondary Art Education. This documentation should begin from conceptualisation to completion and most importantly, it should assist the pupils in the development of their body of work. This study also seeks to examine the relationship between the teachers' perception and implementation of the visual diary and the pupils' perception and experience of the visual diary.

I thus embarked on a study on three secondary schools in order to data that would enable me to analyse and interpret this relationship. The results of my research suggested the teachers' perception and method of implementation of the visual in their curriculum does have an impact on how their pupils' perceive and experience the visual diary and it also affirms my suspicion that teachers are not tapping onto the full potential of the visual diary.

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